racism

Agreement to End Hostilities

A 2012 statement declaring an end to hostilities between racial and gang groups in the California prison system. This statement emerged from the mass hunger strike movement in California prisons in the early 2010s.

[VIDEO] Where's the Proof of Racism?

Twelve exhibits of evidence making the case that there exists a widespread pattern of racism that amounts to racial oppression. I support this with plenty of research studies and data. The video focuses on African-Americans; other groups in the U.S. and around the world face racism, too, but I narrowed it down to black Americans to keep this video concise.

Areas of focus, in order of appearance:

12. Employment
11. Employment (again)
10. Housing
9. Banking
8. Courts
7. Police
6. Police (again)
5. Employment (yet again)
4. School
3. Healthcare
2. School (again)
1. Wealth

Conservative anti-Semitism: the strange case of Boris Johnson, Richard Spencer and Gavin McInnes

Gavin McInnes holds up David Duke's book, "Jewish Supremacy"

An exploration into Boris Johnson's editorship of The Spectator magazine, and some of the Spectator columnist Taki's connections.

Review of Akala’s ‘Natives. Race & Class in the Ruins of Empire.’ July 2019

Enoch Powell: the New Right (1970) - Tom Nairn

Smithfield meat packers strike for Powell - London, 1968.

An assessment of Powell's patriotism and racism and its influence within the politics of his time.

The 'Polynesian Panthers' and 'The Black Power' Gang: Surviving racism and colonialism in Aotearoa, New Zealand

Nich Shilliam's academic analysis of white supremacy, black power and the historical activities of both the 'Polynesian Panthers' and 'The Black Power' Gang in New Zealand.

Global Capitalism, Empire, White Supremacy: The Mosque Shooting In Perspective

Analysis that situates recent white supremacist violence as a product of global capitalism and it's mechanisms of oppression.

Race Attacks: Time For Action

In December 1998 Anti-Fascist Action was invited to participate in a seminar on race attacks, held in east London. Along with youth and community workers, academics and local campaigns, the meeting was very constructive and illustrated the growing concern that official anti-racist strategies are not working. The following article was AFA's opening contribution to the discussion.

Race Attacks: Cruel Brittania - Joe Reilly

AFA criticism of liberal anti-racist initiatives in working class communities in London.

From Fighting Talk issue 20, 1998.